Girls Making Out Is Nothing New for European Movies

Scenes of women making out on the bed, in public places or quite openly in movies may be something considered shocking for Americans, but for the Europeans who are more comfortable about their bodies and sexual orientation, these scenes are nothing new, in fact, they are quite commonplace. Take for instance the European movies, especially the French and Scandinavian ones. They have gay and lesbian scenes which are just as common as heterosexual scenes in Hollywood movies. They are filmed in the same style and some are even very well done.

Everyone was shocked when they saw pictures of famous personas like Madonna, Spears, Bullock and Johansson making out in public, but what they do not realize is that these women are just copycats. These ‘shocking’ scenes are dime a dozen in Europe and there were even hilarious reports of the American reactions. Europeans are very comfortable with their bodies and they let no taboos get in their way. They are more open about their gay communities, their films are more open in terms of nudity and erotic scenes, even the famous Millennium Trilogy – Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest was quite blatant to show the love scenes between two women, and it was quite graphic too. Did it get the attention of the Europeans when it was shown there? On the contrary, they were quite shocked at the American’s reactions to the scenes. For them it was so ordinary and commonplace that they even forgot there was a scene. Give it to the Americans to focus on that one scene alone and make a fuss over it.

Girls making out in public places like bars have been coined as ‘Barsexuals.’ However, does that really have to be the term used? It is okay for a man and a woman to make out in public even if they don’t love each other, but it is not okay for two women to make out when they love each other? There seems to be some sort of bias somewhere and that is the main focus of this article. Girls who make out should not be ostracized; they should be accepted just like the others. There should be no differences for the acceptance of their sexual orientation. Fact is, it is time for America to grow up because the rest of the world definitely has.

An Adult Video That Should Be Made – A Four-Scene Approach to Giving Her Clitoral Orgasms – No Touch

Some of the sexiest, hottest films and videos of all time feature sex scenes with no sex. Check out four scenes featuring clitoral orgasms without touching the woman at all!

This is because the writer, director, and producer have chosen to use the imagination to create scenes that will stay in the viewer’s head for years and years. These scenes are indelibly imprinted in the brain – the largest sex organ of the body.

If I were the director or writer, here are the four scenes I’d put in a movie.

Scene One. It opens, showing a man kissing a woman with a powerful, hot kiss. The guy asks the woman if she’s ready for something really, hot, imaginative, and amazing. She responds that she is ready. He asks her to go to work in her law firm with no underclothes. He also picks out the clothes that she must wear to work. Since she has a meeting of the partners and has to appear in court for an important case, she wonders if this is the day to do this.

She puts on the white shirt, not see-through but fairly sheer. She also slides on her dress and leaves her panties in the drawer. Since she has very large breasts, high and with prominent nipples, she wonders how this will go with her partners and the judge.

She goes to the meeting and gets some interesting looks. In court, the judge raises his glasses and peers down at her dress and shirt, but thinks maybe he shouldn’t say anything right then.

She is feeling powerful, sexy, and wet!

Scene Two. Her guy calls her at noon and gives her another assignment. He tells her that she must invite some guy, a stranger to go down on her. She must do that before she gets home at 5 o’clock. Obviously, the partner’s meeting won’t be the place to do that, nor the court. As she walks the final block to court, she sees a guy leering at her shirt, and what’s under her shirt.

She walks up to him and asks him if likes what he says. He nods, stunned, that she would be that brazen. Next she asks him if he’d like to take her shirt off. Numbly, he shakes his head up and down. Next, she asks him if he’d like to take her skirt off and see that she has no panties. He cannot even move. His eyes just stare. Then, she asks if he’d love to go down on her. He is shaking and almost collapses. Before he answers, she rapidly moves away.

She is shaking, so wet, and starting to convulse. She gathers herself and goes to court. All day, she is wracked with a sexual fever, wet, and unable to touch herself. Several times she seems on the verge of release.

Scene Three. She arrives home and she tells him how wet and excited she is. He tells her the next assignment is to go to a bar. She takes a shower, but wears the same outfit. At the bar, he tells her that she is to tell him the sexiest and naughtiest thing she has ever done. She goes through the escapade, blow by blow, and they are both shaking, excited, and ready for action.

Scene Four. They go to another bar and sit down. He now tells us what he is going to do to her, step by step when they get home. He will play with her ears, and push his long tongue inside. He then will cup her firm breasts and pull on the nipples. Then, he is going to give her a powerful, hot kiss. Next, he will take off her wet skirt and give her the kiss she wants – right between her legs.

She starts to sweat, convulse, and then shake. She has a full clitoral orgasm right in the bar. Several guys look at her, but she doesn’t care. She’s worked hard for this all day and she’s going to enjoy it.

The moral of the story is – excite the brain and you excite the body.

Five Movies That Try Hard Yet Still End Up As Terrible

Here are five movies that try hard but to no avail and so are rated terrible for the effort.

Napoleon Dynamite – 1 Star (Terrible)

Napoleon Dynamite is a nerd in high school who tries to make sense of his life amid a cast of almost totally dysfunctional people. As near as I could tell, there was exactly one normal person in the film.

This film relies on some corny humor to carry it along, but it lacks a central writing flaw in order to gain any shred of competence: the central character in the movie (Napoleon Dynamite, played by Jon Heder) is a nerd that is simply not likeable.

The only honest psychological reaction in the movie is the standing ovation at the end, after Napoleon’s dance skit. I would not pay to see this movie again, and am not a better person for having seen it.

Incredibly, Napoleon Dynamite actually won some lightweight honors, like Best Comedy by the Golden Trailer Awards, Best Movie by the MTV Movie Awards, and three nods for Movie Dance Scene, Movie Hissy Fit, and Comedy by the Teen Choice Awards (I mean, does anyone else have a hissy fit award?).

The Academy and its Oscars (which actually matter) ignored this film like they would a moral code (in other words, as if it was never made).

Napoleon Dynamite is a “cult” film and remains very popular with the younger set; seniors like myself are hardly impressed.

I believe the chief problem with this film is we find Jared Hess, the director, also shares the writing credits (if you can call them that) with Jerusha Hess (I assume a relation). When directors become writers and writers become directors the results are seldom good, as evidenced here.

Once Upon a Time in Mexico – 1 Star (Terrible)

An All Star cast of Antonio Banderas, Johnny Depp and Salma Hayek fails to deliver in Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Only one word can describe this pitiful attempt at a movie: terrible, just terrible.

These stars were suckered into this one, as it has a bad script, bad directing, bad production, bad make-up and nonsense fight scenes. I grow ill just thinking about how disappointing it was.

Oh, did I mention that the director of this fiasco, Robert Rodriguez, also pulled down the writing credits in this film, and pulled down the film in the process (perhaps he thought he was on track to win Oscars for both efforts; the Academy thought otherwise). Awards for this effort: nada.

Notebook, The – 1 Star (Terrible)

The Notebook is a classic drama about relationships. A wealthy girl has a youthful fling with a poor boy. Her parents try to break up her relationship, and she must decide to follow her heart or follow her family and its wealth. Later, she makes the right choice, and when she is much older, suffers dementia.

The focus of the story is here, at her worst, with her husband reading to her from a notebook, hoping for a miracle that will bring her faculties back to normal. This movie has a beautiful, peaceful, gorgeous opening sunset scene that is gripping, and remains in my mind as the best part of the film.

Notebook never really has a chance to become a good film because of terrible sound management; there are too many key moments in the film where you simply cannot hear the sound, and this is inexcusable in such emotional turmoil.

Normally, when my remote sound key is on 7, it is loud at my house. There are parts in this film where I had to click it up to 23 to hear, and even then it was muffled as the actors had poor diction. A competent movie production team would never have released this film without fixing the volume and quality of the movie’s soundtrack. It is a shame, the movie had potential but will never see the light of day.

Notebook did come with a credible cast of James Garner, Gena Rowlands and Rachel McAdams, and did earn no less than 8 Teen Choice Awards (not Oscars), which was hardly enough to push it to a better result.

Of Human Bondage – 1 Star (Terrible)

Based on W. Somerset Maugham’s novel about a well bred professional’s obsession with a common slut with pretend morals. This film, made in 1934, stars Leslie Howard and Bette Davis, and we are certainly thankful that moviemaking has come such a long way since then.

The Prince and the Showgirl – 1 Star (Terrible)

A showgirl (Marilyn Monroe) and a stuffy prince (Laurence Olivier) work through an unlikely romance.

The Prince and the Showgirl, made in 1957, is best left in 1957; it was too easy to tell that some of the background scenes were paintings.

The most interesting thing in the film was Marilyn Monroe cast with long blonde hair (it was early in her career). Her famous pictures as a glamour girl never showed her with long hair.

I only bring these five movies to your attention so you are not smitten with mediocrity when you sit down to enjoy your movie rental choice. My forewarning is useless, of course, should you invest in any of these films.

Copyright © 2006 Ed Bagley